National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Security Innovation is proud to be a National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Champion, dedicated to helping make companies more secure from administrators and developers to IT Security Managers and CISOs.

Get Secure This October & Beyond!

We have plenty of general awareness and application security assets, blog posts, and videos to share with you this month. Check out what's going week by week!

WEEK 1: Simple Steps to Online Safety

Stay Safe on Social Media  

Social media scams skyrocketed by 150% across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn in 2016 - and that number just keeps growing. Download our Social Media Checklist for some helpful hints to keep your personal information safe and secure.

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Get Secure at Work and Home

It takes only one look at the current headlines to understand why organizations and consumers alike are so concerned with cybersecurity. There is an endless stream of reports on state-sponsored hacking, denial of service attacks, ransomware, and leaks by malicious insiders.  But what can we do to better protect our data at work and at home?
There are the basic measures, that most everyone is aware of, like firewalls and antivirus software, but there are many more effective things we all can do to help combat attacks.
Continue reading to learn some of our top tips on keeping you safe at work and at home.

How to Stay Safe Online…An Engineer’s Perspective

This quick tips video from our Security Engineer, Max Chauhan, talks about using different passwords and how using the same password across multiple account could be dangerous if the account is compromised!

WEEK 2: Cybersecurity in the Workplace is Everyone's Problem  

How to Build a Culture of Cybersecurity

A strong culture of cybersecurity can complement and work with procedural and technology controls to help organizations be proactive as they build secure software, systems, and networks – as well as help detect and stop potential attacks.
To learn how to improving the security culture at your organization, fill out the form to download our newest white paper: Ten Core Activities for Building a Culture of Cybersecurity

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Five Steps to Make Compliance a Breeze

Many organizations are required to regularly educate employees about security responsibilities and best practices to meet compliance requirements, including PCI-DSS, HIPAA, OWASP, NIST and more. With well rounded security awareness and application security training programs, your teams will better understand their roles and responsibilities around maintaining compliance for your company.
Learn more about compliance standards for security training and how Security Innovation’s courses cover compliance mandates.

How to Stay Safe Engineer's Perspective

This quick tips video from our VP of Services, Joe Basirico, talks about checking website URLs and make sure they are secure by using SSL and TLS (cryptographic protocols that ensure browser safety).

WEEK 3: Today's Predictions for Tomorrow's Internet

What is the IoT?

Everything you need to know about the Internet of Things (IoT)... in just 2 Minutes!


Are We Doomed to Repeat the Security Mistakes of the Past?

Despite there being a defensive coding best practice that mitigates the risk of a buffer overflow occurring in any of these architectures, developers are STILL writing code that allows untrustworthy input to compromise application memory.  How do we stop this cycle or are we doomed to repeat the security mistakes of the past?

Read our latest blog post to get our expert's take.

Backing Up Safely

Everyone loses data at some point in their lives. Your computer’s hard drive could fail tomorrow, ransomware could hold your files hostage, or a software bug could delete your important files. If you’re not regularly backing up your computer, you could lose those files forever.

Using our handy infographic, learn the best way to back up your Mac or PC safely.

Backing Up Safely

How to Stay Safe Engineer's Perspective

Director of Research, Marcus Hodges, warns users to be skeptical when browsing online.